The Hon Alan Tudge MP
- Minister for Education and Youth
The Hon Alan Tudge was sworn in as Minister for Education and Youth on 22 December 2020.
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Transcript - 2GB Drive with Jim Wilson
Subjects: NSW child care fee waiver and VIC lockdown
Sky News Live - Interview with Tom Connell
Subjects: NSW child care fee waiver and lockdowns
Childcare gap-fee waiver for NSW families in COVID-affected areas
The Morrison Government will provide additional support for New South Wales by allowing childcare services to waive gap-fees for parents keeping their children at home due to current COVID-19…
Australian students working on their Curious Minds
Around 130 Australian girls in Years 9 and 10 have completed a six-month supercharged STEM coaching program, aimed at developing the
Statement on TEQSA Commissioner Emeritus Professor Cliff Walsh
I am saddened to hear of the passing of Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) Commissioner Emeritus Professor Cliff Walsh.
Australian Laureate Fellowships improving Australian lives
Seventeen outstanding researchers will receive $53.7 million in research funding for the 2021 Australian Laureate Fellowships awarded through the Australian Research Council (ARC).
Education Ministers agree to improvements to NAPLAN
Education Ministers have today agreed to make improvements to national standardised testing in Australian schools to better inform teacher practice.
Australian higher education providers transition to new category standards
The Morrison Government’s reforms to Australia’s higher education regulatory framework have enabled one provider to be registered as a new university and three others as University Colleges under new…
The next step towards greater child care support
Today, I introduced legislation that will provide more support for Australian families using child care and remove barriers for parents who chose to return to work or work more hours.
Sky News Live - interview with Chris Kenny
Subjects: Recent COVID-19 outbreak in NSW; appointment of Mark Vaile as University of Newcastle’s Chancellor and Draft National Curriculum
New Higher Education Standards Panel appointed
A distinguished group of higher education policy leaders have been appointed to provide expert advice to Government on maintaining and improving the quality and standards of Australia’s higher…
To reverse decline in school standards, focus on teacher training
When asked why Singapore has such astounding success in school education, the Singaporean High Commissioner’s response to me was crystal clear: ‘it boils down to the human capital you recruit.’